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Skinner's Box (Fang Mu Eastern Crimes Series Book 2) by [Mi, Lei]
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Lei Mi, formerly known as Liu Peng, a teacher of criminal psychology at China Criminal Police University, is well versed in both criminal psychology and forensic science. His career has given him insight into all sorts of crime, perhaps more so than most people learn in a lifetime. Having become known across the internet for psychological thrillers such as his Criminal Minds series, he has attracted countless fans. His major works include The Seven Readers (published as a serial novel from July to September 2006 in Legends from Today and Ancient Times: End of the Month Stories, and won their prize for best suspense story of 2006), Profiler, Skinner's Box, Blade of Silence, and City Lights. Lei Mi currently teaches in Shenyang.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1047 KB
  • Print Length: 454 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Beijing Guomi Digital Technology Co., Ltd. (31 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DJA5YOU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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By Elaine Tomasso TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 26 April 2015
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Lei Mi has a certain twisted genius to come up with such a convoluted plot and yet still make it interesting and a page turner. To set the scene a body is found in the centre of a theme park labyrinth showing signs of torture. A second body is found displayed in a toy shop stuffed into a large teddy bear. Fang Mu subconsciously feels there may be a connection but with no evidentiary linkage no one else thinks so. Throw into the mix an escaped murderer Fang Mu vouched for and you have the beginnings of a very convoluted and intricate plot.
This is the second book in the series I have read and I have found both of them interesting. It is becoming clear that psychology is at the heart of the novels - motivations and theories - but I wouldn't call them psychological thrillers as you never really get close enough to the characters to get an in depth look at their personalities it is more criminal profiling. I like the glimpses of China you get - it is far from the totalitarian stereotype and yet there are echoes - an edict from the party insisting on faster resolution of murder cases and execution about a month after conviction. It's all very interesting. I shouldn't forget, however, that the author writes a compelling plot - I never knew what was coming next and was turning the pages quickly to find out as it really is engrossing. I initially had difficulty keeping track of the minor characters as the names are so unfamiliar and had to backtrack a couple of times but after that I had no problem and don't hesitate to recommend Skinner's Box as a good read.
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Skinners Box another winner! Protagonist Fang Mu carries on in the same fashion as the previous book, investigating suspicious murders. An excellent read - I highly recommend this and the whole series!
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